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5,000+ cycles expected to attend 9/11 Memorial Ride

September 5, 2013

On Sept. 11, at 6 p.m., more than 5,000 motorcycles will roar to life....

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Sep-06-13 7:38 AM

Good job USAborn, just tell me to stay home. Great intelligent argument. Yes I can stay home, but what about people from out of the area traveling through? You think its ok to make stop them for an hour? For a Parade?

Two years ago I got stuck in Muncy at the soccer fields, and another child of mine needed picked up at the high school. Are we now supposed to stop everything that happens that evening? You are just another sheep loving this blindly.

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Sep-06-13 5:40 AM

MuncyMan's comment could have been written by Reeder, they are so much alike!

As a Muncy native, I would like to tell this jerk to stay home between 6:00 and 7:00 pm and watch PMSNBC! He can listen to Obama lying dishonorably instead of watching a memorial for those who have died honorably.

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Sep-05-13 11:23 PM

I agree that we should never forget those who have died that we can be free. But what many do not comprehend is the Muncy/Hughesville section of this map. This ride totally shuts down traffic and grid locks this particular part of the Valley. Don't say "go another way", there is no other way. If you think there is, you are wrong. I would be very supportive of this ride if they found another way, send the bikes out in groups of 100, or make them obey the traffic signals. Then there are those who say, get out of your car and support us, what if I have responibilities to contend with? Now you want to force me to participate in watching your ride? Waiting 45 minutes up to an hour, thats not an inconvienence, its a group of people blatently ignoreing others.

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Sep-05-13 10:52 AM

I believe in the printed paper there is a map and photos. And yes - the site for the event is: ****911memorialcoalition****. You can view the ride route/map on site for more detail.

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Sep-05-13 9:57 AM

Woolrich, go to 911memorialcoalition dot org for information and a map. The SG probably should have provided the information or this web address in this article.

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Sep-05-13 8:28 AM

What is the exact route of this ride???? I am sure many will either want to see it or avoid it. There should be a map of the route reported.

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